Category: Wilson Spotlight

Histories of the World: Global History in the Age of Discovery

Histories of the World exhibit poster detail

Exhibition at the Wilson Special Collections Library explores the genre of historical scholarship from the late-fifteenth century through the mid-seventeenth century.

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Clein Graduate Summer Intern Emma Rothberg

Emma Rothberg

Wilson Special Collections Library has been pleased to host History PhD student Emma Rothberg, who spent part of the summer with us as a Clein Graduate Summer Intern.

Grant to Libraries Will Provide Access to Rare Spanish, Portuguese and Catalan Dramas

Detail of digitized Spanish drama collection

The Pine Tree Foundation of New York has provided $12,100 for cataloging and digitization work. Many of the items are extremely rare.

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Wilson reading room changes June 4-8

Text that reads "reading room changes" over photo of a reading room

The week of June 4 to June 8, the fourth-floor reading room will be closed. All collection materials will be available in the second-floor reading room.

UNC Greensboro Students Receive Unique Archival Training at Carolina

Allison Cruse, Monique LeBlanc, and Nadia Clifton

Allison Cruse and Monique LeBlanc spent a week inventorying an archival theater collection and preparing it for use at the Wilson Special Collections Library.

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Lecture: “Something Happening Here: The Long 1968 in the US and the World”

Detail of Donald Reid lecture flyer showing archival image of protest in Berlin circa 1968

Carolina history professor Donald Reid will discuss the milieu of a transformative year. In conjunction with the exhibition “Sounds of ’68: Revolution in the Air.”